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The case of a disputed garage in the Licking Riverside district of Covington is now in the Court of Appeal

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A Kenton County judge’s decision on the real estate dispute between neighbors over ownership of a garage in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside neighborhood has now been appealed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. . The contentious lawsuit pits neighbors Marc Tischbein and Peggy Rankin, owners of …

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Five Bridgerton-style Midland homes for sale to live out your dreams of Georgian romance

With excitement building ahead of Netflix’s second series of Bridgerton, we take a look at the stunning Georgian properties for sale in Worcestershire, Birmingham and the wider Midlands. Full of historic features reminiscent of Regency-era elegance, these homes, for sale on Rightmove, are guaranteed to bust Penelope Featherington’s bodice. You …

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Dispute over garage in historic Licking Riverside in Covington finally goes to appeals court

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A real estate dispute in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside has neighbors in a feud that rivals the legendary Hatfields and McCoys – ‘bullets fired’ being legal deposits that come and go and pile up as high as the grand mansion “Main House”. Now that Kenton Circuit …

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Ode to the roundabout – Stabroek News

Roundabouts have been around for about 250 years. An early version is Paris’ Place D’Etoile (renamed Place Charles de Gaulle) built in 1777 where up to ten lanes of traffic encircle the Arc de Triomphe. Of course, it was originally for horse-drawn carriages and it wasn’t until the 1960s that …

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Clevelanders cash in by renting out their homes for All-Star Week

CLEVELAND — All eyes will be on Cleveland for the 75th NBA All-Star Game. “It is estimated that more than two billion people worldwide will consume some of this event. It just helps Cleveland in a lot of ways in terms of continuing to improve the perception of Cleveland,” said …

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Will electric vehicles replace horse-drawn carriages in Central Park? [A Byte Out of the Big Apple]

Welcome to Thomas Insights – every day we post the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date with what’s happening in the industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories straight to your inbox. When I was young, I saved all my money in …

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Denver businesses apply for hospitality licenses to allow patrons to smoke weed

A Cap Hill mansion-turned-B&B, an existing private club in RiNo, and a new addition to South Broadway’s “Green Mile” are the first three businesses to apply for a marijuana hospitality license from the city of Denver. Denver has separate licenses allowing businesses to grow, transport, and sell cannabis. But this …

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Kat Von D’s ‘Cheaper By the Dozen’ Movie Mansion Up for Sale for $15 Million

Steve Martin not included. Tattoo artist Kat Von D has put her Victorian Los Angeles mansion – which also happens to be the setting for the 2003 film “Cheaper By the Dozen” – up for sale for a whopping $15 million. While the 12,000+ square foot property looked cozy and …

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The best farms and estates sold in 2021, from £2m to £20m

2021 has been stellar for the farm and estate market, reports Penny Churchill, which highlights the most spectacular sales of the year. Against all odds, 2021 has been a remarkably good year for farm and estate sales, as well-funded buyers – farmers, artists, eco-warriors and families looking for a country …

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Strange mansions have a connection tunnel and a “throne room” gazebo

through: Kevin S. Held, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: January 2, 2022 / 3:50 p.m. EST / Update: January 2, 2022 / 3:50 p.m. EST CARTHAGE, Mo. (KTVI) – A pair of Victorian-style mansions in southwest Missouri have caught the eye of Zillow gone wild, a Twitter account dedicated to sharing …

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Carter Mansion in Carthage brings national attention to Zillow | Local news

VSARTHAGE, Mo. – One of Carthage’s most historic homes is on the market, and its listing with an online real estate company has gained national attention. Ron Petersen Sr. and the Ruth I. Kolpin Foundation, named after his mother, have decided to sell Carter Estates, a complex on East Chestnut …

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Apartment complexes were hot properties in Bradenton in 2021

Manatee Apartment complexes topped the list of the biggest real estate deals in Manatee County in 2021, as noted in deeds filed with the Manatee County Court Clerk through December 20. The largest was the $ 76.3 million contributed by Creekside Ranch Apartments, 11309 Ranch Creek Terrace, Lakewood Ranch. The …

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A look at Selfridges through the ages – WWD

LONDON – Selfridges is changing hands again after nearly 20 years of ownership by the forward-thinking and sustainable Weston family. Here, WWD takes a look at some key moments in the British retailer’s 113-year history, as well as its colorful owners and managers, starting with founder Harry Gordon Selfridge. 1906: …

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The owners of the Château de Bonnyconnellan are not afraid of ghosts

SIDNEY – Bonnyconnellan Castle, located at 105 North Walnut Ave., was purchased through Gay Smith & Associates on December 7, 2021, for $ 202,000 by Heather Drysdale and John Moffitt, who will relocate to live there from Bremerton , Washington. The castle was named to the National Register of Historic …

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Mildura House looks like Ettamogah pub and attracts tourist buses

A regional Victorian house for sale looks so much like a tourist destination that it even got a bus full of internationals. A Mildura house so unique that it draws tourist buses is being compared to the Ettamogah pub after it went on sale for $ 1.39-1.52 million last week. …

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Christmas in the Parade: Beloved Tradition Returns to Downtown Washington | New

It looked like a miracle on Main Street as hundreds gathered in downtown Washington for the beloved Christmas parade, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic. “It’s a great turnout,” said Von Lacock of Washington. He and his wife, Lynn, arrived early in the evening to claim seats …

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Retired CHS cross-country coach leaves a long legacy

by Steven Felschundneff | [email protected] might be an overused cliché, but it truly is the end of an era for the distance runners at Claremont High School.After the team’s trip to CIF California State Meet last weekend, Bill Reeves announced that he has officially retired as the Wolfpack’s cross-country coach. …

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Kingsgate Center kicks off Christmas festivities for 2021 | KLBK | KAMC

Horse-drawn carriage rides, collection of coats and visits with Santa Claus until Christmas The following is a press release from GRACO Real Estate: LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – This Christmas season, residents of the Southern Plains can once again expect all joy and light at Kingsgate Center. On Friday November …

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The Hamptons’ Retail Boom: Growing Pains

To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, register here. Around this time of fall, Randy Neuringer would typically be in a ball gown in the social hustle and bustle of Manhattan as it heats up after Labor Day in early September. Labor Day is the deadline for made by fashion that …

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Obituary of Trevor Hemmings | Horses race

Trevor Hemmings, who died aged 86, was a contradiction – an enigmatic billionaire who fiercely protected his privacy, assisted by a trademark cloth cap, which he joked that he even wore for the breakfast and allow him to sit unnoticed in a pub. But he was an instantly recognizable figure …

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$ 8.5 million home has views of Great Meadows

709 Monument Street, Concord, MA Society: LandVest Immobilier, Concorde Website: abbywhite.landvest.com Listing Agent: Abby white Phone number: (781) 488-1355 Price: $ 6,950,000 Style: Colonial Year of construction: 1903 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms : 8 full, 2 half baths Living space: 9,443 square feet Lot size: 5.25 acres Garage: semi-detached garage for …

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Area guide: The Harpenden area in Hertfordshire

The move from London to Harpenden in search of great schools and fast rail links has never been more popular than it is today. After a succession of closures, residents of the capital have never been more eager to seek out the additional space and surrounding countryside that a move …

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Relaxed exclusion zoning: the impact on REI

President Biden has been clear on many points, and his position on exclusionary zoning certainly is. His countryside The website states, “Exclusion zoning has been strategically used for decades to drive people of color and low-income families away from certain communities. As president, Biden will enact legislation requiring that any …

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How the gramophone influenced Irish music

In 1900, New York’s Third Avenue was bustling with activity. Horse-drawn carriages and the occasional motor car moved under the elevated train lines of the street. This is where Ellen O’Byrne, a native of Leitrim, chose to set up her Irish music store. Nestled between pet and hardware stores, under …

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Advice putting the cart before the horse

The Community Environment Network (CEN) says selling community land is not the best way to solve the Central Coast Council’s financial problems and encourages residents to provide feedback on the proposed list of asset sales before the May 21 deadline. CEN Executive Member Gary Chestnut said the 27 community land …

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Planet Money: The Planet Money indicator: NPR

SYLVIE DOUGLIS, BY LINE: NPR. (MUSIC EXTRACT) STACEY VANEK SMITH, HOST: This is THE PLANET MONEY INDICATOR. I am Stacey Vanek Smith. DARIUS RAFIEYAN, BYLINE: And I’m Darius Rafieyan. Netflix has just announced that it will transfer 2% of its cash reserves – nearly a hundred million dollars – to …

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Loan Moratorium: SC Begins Hearing on Interest Waiver Case

The Supreme Court hearing on the loan interest waiver case has started. Petitioners, including builders, power producers and real estate agents, had appealed to the Supreme Court to seek redress in terms of interest rates charged by banks and NBFCs. The SC could now decide if these petitioners will get …

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Active CRE lenders, but on conservative terms

While COVID-19 has affected almost every aspect of commercial real estate in one way or another, one of the most fundamental consequences has been credit, where strategies are adjusted for a post-pandemic environment. . Many lenders face significant headwinds and as a result, underwriting criteria have become more conservative, according …

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Alternative lenders in fund financing

Although commercial banks have long taken the lead in fund financing lending, alternative lenders have gradually assumed a larger role in the market. This trend appears to have accelerated over the past year, partly as a result of a reduction in new lending from banks and the resulting search by …

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What is the impact of COVID-19 on peer-to-peer lending?

Peer-to-peer loan research firm 4th way came out with a brief note on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on the P2P industry. According to 4thWay, a minority of investors are selling their loans because of the risk associated with the outbreak. The report notes that unlike the recent …

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ASTL warns against reintroduction of general ban on seizures

“We believe that any extension of the moratorium will significantly slow down the recovery towards which all stakeholders are working.” The Association of Short-Term Lenders (ASTL) has written to HM Treasury, offering to collaborate on any potential extension of the enforcement moratorium following the latest nationwide foreclosure. In the letter, …

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